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Porcelain Tea Bowl (matcha chawan)

Porcelain Tea Bowl (matcha chawan)

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  • Handmade item
  • Height: 2.375 Inches
  • Width: 4.375 Inches
  • Depth: 4.375 Inches
  • Materials: clay, water, fire, glaze, porcelain
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This handmade, wheel-thrown porcelain "chawan" or "tea bowl" was fired in a kiln to cone 9. It features a beautiful food-safe glaze and a hand-painted design.

This style of tea bowl is "closed" with straight up and down walls, as opposed to the "open" style with outwardly sloping walls. It's intended for koicha (thick tea) but could be used for usucha (thin tea, the kind casual matcha drinkers are familiar with).

It's about 2.375" tall and 4.375" wide. This bowl is a bit smaller, great for those with smaller hands, or for use in tea ceremony with a tea tray.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe, of course.


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